Multi-concept venues are all the rage these days.

Steamroom with The Pillar and Stones

Steamroom pillars stones multi-concept store at orchard central

SRPS, Interior

One example is Steamroom with The Pillar and Stones (SRPS), a lifestyle, retail and dining space in Orchard Central. The 5000sqft space is made up of a coffee and tea room called Steamroom; a seasonal produce-inspired restaurant called The Pillar that’s helmed by executive chef Stephan Zoisl; and Stones, a retail outlet and space for art jamming sessions, workshops and masterclasses.

Edit, 31 Aug 2017: SRPS is temporarily closed and will reopen soon at a new location.

181 Orchard Road, #03-08 Orchard Central. Tel: 6592 0571

2. Monument Lifestyle Concept Store and Café

Monument Lifestyle storefront - just one of several multi-concept stores that have opened its doors here

Monument Lifestyle

Over at Duxton Hill, Monument Lifestyle Concept Store and Café is a place where you can have Four Barrel coffee or Samovar tea from San Francisco, tuck into light bites, and segue into browsing exclusive American lifestyle brands for men, such as menswear label Alex Mill and surfwear brand Katin.

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75 Duxton Road.

3. 12 Ann Siang

Then there’s 12 Ann Siang on Ann Siang Hill. Already known for The Screening Room on the third floor and their rooftop bar, the five-floor venue now includes Coriander Leaf Grill restaurant on the first floor, a private events space on the second floor called Coriander Leaf Studio, and a speakeasy bar called Catchfly in the basement.

The Screening room's rooftop bar, with a view of Chinatown and the city skyline - this bar is part of new multi-concept store 12 Ann Siang

The Screening Room’s rooftop bar

At Coriander Leaf Grill restaurant, expect sizzling numbers like Cobia kingfish served with spicy green harissa and pickled onions ($24), and harissa chicken burger on toasted brioche ($20).

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Meanwhile, Catchfly mixologist Liam Baer jazzes up classic cocktails with fresh herbs and spices. They currently only offer a few cocktails on the menu—try Honey Badger, a blend of rosemary infused bourbon, lemon, ginger, yellow chartreuse and honey ($22)—but stay tuned as they are planning to roll out more options in the coming weeks.

12 Ann Siang Road. Tel: 6532 3357


Cover: Monument Lifestyle, interior
This was first published in Wine & Dine’s June 2017 – The Fast Food issue, ‘Debrief’

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